Iceland and Croatia connected for the first time with a regular route

PLAY Airlines has launched ticket sales for the new direct route from Reykjavik to Split.

PLAY announced the first flight from Iceland to Split on May 28, and the flights will be operated once a week, every Tuesday, during the summer season. This will be the first time there will be a regular flight between Iceland and Split, as well as PLAY’s first destination in Croatia. PLAY’s route network will consist of approximately 40 destinations in the summer 20024 season.

PLAY operates flights between North America and Europe with Iceland as a hub. The carrier offers passengers the option of extending their layover with a stopover of several days at no additional cost for those who wish to visit Iceland before continuing their journey across the Atlantic. PLAY’s North American destinations are Baltimore, Boston, New York, and Washington DC in the United States and Toronto in Canada.

According to, PLAY Airlines currently has 10 aircraft in its fleet, of which 6 are Airbus A320neo and 4 are Airbus A321neo.

PLAY is a relatively young airline that completed its first five flights in June 2021. The average age of the 10 aircraft at the carrier’s disposal is just over 2 years.

When announcing the new line, the CEO of PLAY Airlines said: “Split is a dream destination for us at PLAY. It has beautiful landscapes and a vibrant culture. I have no doubt this will be one of our most popular destinations this year. Everywhere we go, we give the competition a run for their money. We want to make travel more affordable and I am sure our Split services will be well received by people who want to visit our beautiful country of Iceland.“

OG538 -2—– KEF – SPU 14:50 – 21:35 28.05. – 13.08.
OG539 -2—– SPU – KEF 22:35 – 01:40+1 28.05. – 13.08.

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